Germany’s factory orders increased unexpectedly in October helped by demand from domestic market and non-euro area economies. New orders in manufacturing climbed 0.5 percent month-on-month in October, but slower than the revised 1.2 percent rise in September, figures from Destatis revealed Wednesday. Orders were forecast to fall 0.2 percent.
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